Actualization and properties of the composition of the building of the cultural object of the Nurafshon Palace of Creativity
Over the past 10 years, the leisure industry has been supplemented by new trends. It is known that the main social functions of leisure time are recreational, communicative, educational and training, taking into account these functions, projects of leisure institutions were built. The multifunctional projects of cultural and leisure institutions, the Palaces and the House of Culture also designed taking into account the main functions of leisure services. In the cities of Uzbekistan, in order to provide the population (especially for young people) with the conditions for organizing leisure activities, a new solution was developed to update and update the House of Culture in the village of Khimik in the city of Samarkand. This practice on many points coincides with the practice of rebranding buildings abroad. The rebranding of the Palaces and Cultural Houses invites the visitor to see the modernization of multifunctional architectural objects. Studying the prospects of developing a rebranding project for Houses and Palaces of Culture requires a special analysis in each case. An analysis of the artistic and aesthetic impact, the experience of updating and updating the Nurafshon Palace of Creativity (early Chemist Culture House) in Samarkand, the practice of which is similar to rebranding, is carried out. The results of the analysis show the proportions of the building of the Palace of Creativity are very close to the ratio of the golden section and a number of patterns of the golden section are revealed. The renovation project of the Nurafshon Palace of Creativity coincides with the practice of rebranding for a number of introduced changes. The architecture of the Nurafshon Palace of Creativity meets the aesthetic needs of man in the beautiful, the artistic image expresses the great ideas of the era, and is a historical object of the cultural and leisure environment of the city. The proper operation of this significant building of a cultural institution is a necessary component of the process of updating and preserving Soviet palace architecture.